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The Dillon Troupe. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

The Dillon Troupe j THE performance by tbe Dillon Dramatic; : Company on Satunliy evening was well at tended. *' Kiug Richard III.," onp of JSliuUe ! Bpeai'c'y most popular plays, was the piece chosen lor tbe cveniug's entertainment. > With the plot of tho tragedy, which ifl suf ficiently murderous in ull conscience to eati | ate the uio^l ardent admirer ofvtJje tra gical, the majority of tho 'play-going public are ro familiar that we deoiu it unnecessary to niter into its mournful details. Mr. Dillon sustained the role of Itiehard 1H., and wo 1 have 110 hesitation in pronouncing his imper sonation of the ? character fie'decidedly tho best he has appeared in before ft Warwick audience, lie droned the character splen didly, and actod it to perfection. , His gene ral appearance was capital, rand the cxpros-. sion of his face at all times-^w hether seeking the good will of his mother, or carryiug into 1 cffect some murderous design-was in capital ' keeping with the Hpirit of the pie...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

Tavix>u "BriQTUt.n* Mt^r-inD.-TJie "Clip.! Isnge" W.nd (douMo Miperhne quality) fecele brated for its p.ing'Micy, and purity of flavor, 8fccH»Q Mill*, Brick Lhj'o, Loudon. Kxport Chicory Mill*, Bruges, Belgium. I TAVLOH Broihsiw' SOLUBLE Oiiocoj.ATB AND Ot>coA. AND MILK, Ate made iu one tninnte without tailing. | TAVLOR Bp.oTbKrur CHOCOLATE Cheamr, t'UOOOUATE TADLfTHp CUOUOLATR DROP8 AND MARAV(LLA Chocolatk are liijfhly delicious and wholexouie,-Packed in A siijierior Rnd eWaat manner. TAm>n Buothihuj HOM<BOFATHIC COCOA. This original }>repaiHion which bps «tfc/i?nod <uch a world-wido imputation, i* manufactured by Taylor Bi-others, undorthe ablest homoeo pathic fidvico, aided 'i> the skill and nxprriencB of the inyniiov', aud nill be found to combine in an eminent degree the purity, fine aroma, Mid uutritiou* property of the fi«ab nut. TAYLOR BROTHERS Maravilla COCOA. Taylor Brolhrr*., Lundou, bnviug the exclusive supply of this imiivaUcd Cocoa,...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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CORRESPONDENCE. [The [?] will not be responsible for [?] opinions or views expressed by correspondents, and will always reject presonal communications unless on subjects of public [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

CORRESPONDENCE. C'i'Ac Hdit*r will not be responsible for an. OiiitUitiis or views expressed //y corresprtii and wilt alivayn rrjeci personal com munications Uiilcss oil subjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the signay tare of the author.] To the Trusted uf ilic Warwick Ceme tery. (pEB FAVOR OP TlfK WA It WICK AR0D8.) Gksti.kmhn,-I wish to direct your atten tion to a practice which I think it is yon duty to ta'«c measures to put a stop to. I refer to the practice of th<» visitors to ttic Uionetory removing flowers from tha grawa. It is not only the flowera that ai-o plucked ; I havefrequ»nHy fouud that the plniiN have been removal root, and branch from the graves. The in it" of doing thin would, I be lieve. if proved* bo puuiahable as pi?tty lav ceiiy; leases of the areas occupied by graves having been alienated from the Trustees. Hut people who take the mournful and na tural pleasure of planting shrubs and flowers on the graves of departed relatives or friends...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Commercial[?] AROUS Office, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

Commercial, AKQUB Office* Monday Evening. Mb. J. H. DDNLOP, Stock and Station, Agent, reports having sold Oio entire horse Sjfeman, on account of 0. £. Dints, Est}, to Mr. SL Montgomery, at a. satisfactory figure. 'Fireman is huif brother to Oiphan, Rpdis undoubtedly u good purchase. ? 'Bbibbahe.-Messrs. Baven and Co, pro dnoe auctioneers, Brisbane, report as follows undercuts Ootober II:-Maize, Is. 9d. tn 2s.; chaff ^o^n), ^ i 5ij. to £5 10s.; mixed, £3 10a. to £i 10s.; hay (lucerne), £2 10s. t» X3; oaten. £S to JE5 ; potatoes, inferior stuall, £5 10s.; good, £5 15s. to XO 2s. Gd. j pump kins, 20s. I onions, JS14,; hides, pur 111., I'xtiu heavy, 3id. to 4d.; medium, light, 3d. to 3Jd.; Bheepskins, 4d. to CJd.; tallow, per cwt, 18B. 8d. to 24s. Gd.; butter, per lb., 5d. to lOd.; cheese (Queensland), Cd. to 9d.; New South Wales, 74d- to lOd.; lard, Cd. to 6>1.; bacon, 4d. to 6d.; e<j^6, 5d. to 6d.; calves, each, 8s. to 25e.; pigs, lus. to 50a.; turkeys, per pair (cocks)...

Publication Title: Warwick Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

[A CUED.] W. GAISFORD, Carpenter, Builder, & General Contractor, Pbrct-btbket, WARWICK. rrriWBKR YARD, for the Supply of PINE, X CEDAR, and HARDWOOD, of all lengths and dimensions, at lowest rates. 685 [oabd.] W: G. CONLEY, Carpenter, Builder, and General Con tractor, FlTBROY AND Ocr-STBBETB, WARWICK. 886 [a CARD.] F. PALMERO, Cabinet-maker and Upholsterer, Uatreas and Palliasse Maker, (Next door to M'Dermott's Bailway Hotel), Gdt-btcuiot, Warwick. K.B^Joincr'e work of all descriptions at tended to promptly, at moderate prices. 896 F. CRUCKSHANK, FA1QLT GBOOSB ASS PRODUCE DEALER, (Opposite the Queen's Hotel, Fitsroy-st.) FC. having just completed highly satis . factory purchases in the South oro mar tlets, is now prepared to supply the public with GROCERIES, &e., on the lowest remu nerative tonne, FOB CASH ONLY. HAY, MAIZE, CHAFF, & FARM PRO DUCK, Of tht best quality, always on hand. 10 Warwick Produce Store, VICTORIA-STREET, WARWICK. F. ANDREWS, (Sucteuor to...

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWIOK, TUESDAT, OCT, 14, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

i ft) 115. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WABWIOK. TOESDAT, OCT. U, 1879. THE new Licensing BoardB Act, to re gulate the granting of publicans' licen ses, which was passed by Parliament daring the Bossiou just closed, lias re ceived the Koyal assent, and will, we liope, soon be brought into operation. The measure, whiolus merely an amend ment of the existing statute, we anti cipate will be fuund to do away with a great many of the evils that liavc pre sented themselves so frequently under the present system. The principal fea ture of the new Act is the clause which transfers the power of granting licen ses from the bench of magistrates to a Licensing Board, of which the Police Magistrate for the time being eliall be Chaittoan, and of which the Mayor of the town for the time being shall be a member provided be be not disqualified by sub-seotion three, which enactB that no holder of a general «pirit ;or publi can's license, or brewer, distiller, or owner or landlord of any house used for t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

To SiAtwxlbqra a£4 Advertisers. OtjB ACCOUNTS for the Quarter ending ^wnitBinWr^Owi now l)eing delivoroo, sod^re wraldMQttiak our friends for on Early 8lgmriJXffpVTc o£,~yme, The issue of the paper bUlrefikiy has involved titi in heavy WjMiiWB> and# tbooldlpilB appeal moot with t&potoBQ, we purpose ebortly making a ttilliWtzker M&etsm to increase the useful* p*J>er. . .'*- ' * ." r ABTHtJR MORGAN. Argxu Offlofr* v r ' October 8,1679.' 899 " ' lftmCii or MBHTJU. ?PHI "WASWIC* ABOUB' U now printed 4 Jia6 ppMltfiiJ la tboM ntw oommodSoua «nfl <aemninmn»t1nn« are ngmtel to be M0RCAW WANTED for the Hospital a WARDS MAN ; also, a UOOK. Apply to the DISPENSER. 95 i w ANTED a NORSE GIRL.-Apply at the Htiilway stores, Albion-street. 8*9 WANTED a f. w Hardwood BLOCKS for Building purpoBos . also, a CARTER to shift a few Loads of STONE. RUSSELL Wilkiks. 052 d WANTED a steady Mm as GROOM and GARDENER ; oiuBt milk and be able to kill a sheen. Apply to J. A. I'oli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 14 October 1879

F TOWN HALL, WARWICK. Lessees and Kcyionsible Managers-Messrs. LEWIS, COLLIER, und HICKS. Manager-CHARLES B. HICKS. Free Ust Suspended, Proa KzeepteO, THE EVENT OF THE SEASON! COMUENCINQ FRIDAY Evening, Ootobor 24. THREE NIGHTS ONLY. IIKST APPEARANCE in Warwick, after - thn M.i»t Suooouful Tour ever known in the Australian Colonies, of The New Princess' Uncle Tom]s Cabin Company I And LEWIS and HICKS' ORIGIN ALGEORGIA JUBILEE SINGERS, FOURTEEN IN NUMBER. THIRTY STAR" ARTISTS I This Company bae now appeared in this favorite drama over 350 Nights in Melbourne, Sydney, New Booth Wales, New Zealand, South Australia, Tasmania, Gippsland, and Western Australia. Mrs. H. B. STOWE's great Moral and Religious Drama, UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, OB LIVE AMONG THE LOWLY. Dear Little Eva... La PETITE NELLIE HOLMES Topsy, with Song ... Miss MILLIE COLLIER Unole Tom - Mr. R. B. LEWIS Simon Legree Mr. O. W. COLLIER And (all oast of Charaoten. GBOHE6TRA UNDER MR. LILLY. ! BEAUTIFUL AND PATHETIC BALLADS I JUBI...

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Harvest Proepects in the Warwick District. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 October 1879

Harvest Proepsote in the Warwick District. WE are glad to learn on reliable authority that, taking the different reserves u a whole* the prospects of the wheat harvest in tht Warwick district this season are most en*' con raffing. From Allora, our correspondent . Fritos-and we have information from other sources to the same effect-that the crops in that neighborhood are looking splendid, and Eromise a heavy yield. From Swan Creek we uve news of the appearance of rnst in sonu of the crops, bnt though its presence hai been noted for Some time past, it has shown no signs of spreading. A few hours rain is badly wanted to soften the surface of the ground, which he* become " caked" by the uDusnal heat of the past few days. About Mount Sturt, as is almost invariably the cane, rust is very prevnlr-nt, a fact which owes its origin iu no small degree to the sur rounding mountains keeping the rays of the sun off the young crops a too great length of time. From Freestone Creek, and along tho Co...

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LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [REUTER'S MESSSAGES.] Election of a Communist. PARIS, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 October 1879

LATEST TELEGRAPHIC. [RKCTIB'B MESHAOES.] Election of a Communist. PARIS. October 14. Monsieur Humbert, a declared Communist, baa been elected a member of the Municipal Council of Paris.

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Warwick Police Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. (Before Wm.Thompson and Fredk. Margetta, Esq[?]., JJ.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 October 1879

Warwick Police Oovxt. T17 BSD AT, OOTOBEE 14. (Before Wm.Thompeona.nl Fredk. Maigetta, Esq!., JJ.P.) SURETIES TO KEEP THE PBACB.-Ton Ooong appeared on summons, to answer the charge I preferred against him by Ah Way. the keeper of a fruit shop, of having assaulted him and i threatened to take his life.-Mr. Nicholsoif appeared for the prosecutor. The evidence ' adduced showed that the complainant was ' Jadetjfed to the defendant in a small sum I ofjnojiey, which he hod failed to pay in full [ whoa deiniutded of hist. ,Yay Goong then assaulted him, and, with an expressive oath i in broken Chinese, hud threatened bis life. I whereby he. Ah Way, feared some grievous bodily harm; he therefore prayed for protec tion. He Bench consideral the cose made out, nnd ordered defendant to pay costs of court 4<s. (id. with professional costs one guinea, and to find sureties for keeping the peace, himself in &20 and two others of JS10 each. VIOEANCT.-FraneU M'Carthy, charged by ; t...

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Redaction of the Turkish Amy. Constantinople, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 October 1879

Redaction of the Turkish Amy. Constantinople! October 14. The Sultan has issued orders for an exten- I live redaction of the standing army. Nine | thousand of the regulars have just been die-j banded and sent back to their homes. |

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The Greek Frontiers. LONDON, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 October 1879

The Greek Frontiers. LONDON, October 16. IT is stated that the Greek Government only conaented to the removal of negotiations for the rectification of the frontiers at the in stigation of the Great Powers.

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Sydney. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] October 17. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 October 1879

Sydney. [VBOK OOB OWM COBBCSPOHniHT.] October 17. A prospecting party at the Tarcutta Ennges have come upon a reef Bevaral feet in thick DOBS showing splendid gold. Oold has also boon found in payable quan tities at Hillas Creek, near Tarcutta. Kcplying to an influential deputation to day, the Minister for Works stated that he was preparing a plan of suburban tramways all round th city. The works would be I carried out as Boon as possible if sanctioned by Parliament. The Corvette Dans returned to-day from a cruise among the South Sea Islands. She visited tbo scene of the lata murders of the . Native Minister and teachers, and adminis tered a salutary warning to the natives. . - i BOTCHING or TRAINS.-The new time-table, which we were promised would be framed on ' the completion of the Western line to Teul bah, comes into operation 011 the Southern and Western railway on Monday morning next, , 80th inst. It will be found in our advertising 1 columns, and we would strongly recommend th...

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Allora Police and Licensing Courts. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14. (Before G. P. M. Murray, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. C. Clark, F. C. Easton, and F. Kates, J.J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 October 1879

Allora Police and Licensing Ccnrts. TUESDAY, OOTOBIB 14. (Before G. P. M. Murray, Esq., P.M., AI Messrs. C. Clark, F. C. Enaton, and F. Katos, J J.P.) ruBLicANS AjXCKhbe.-xoe application 01 Mary Murphy for a publican's license for the Stockman's ArraB, situated at the Clifton railway station, was refused. Mr. Kates spoke in favor of granting the application, but the majority of the Bench decided against. LADKA GIBSON Y. Henbt Birra,.-This was an action to recover the sum of £10 5s. value of a cow and damages. Thia caes arose out of a petty debts court action heard here some time since in which William Deacon obtained a verdict against one A. E. Gibson for goods sold and delivered; the verdict not being satisfied, an execution was obtained by Deacon and put in force by the bailiff (the defendant in the present action) who seised and sold a red cow supposed to be the pro perty of A. E. Gibson, but whioh his daughter hod since claimed as her property, and henoe the present action. Mr. ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor will not be responsible for anopinions or views expressed by corretpondents, and will alwayt reject personal communications unless on subjects of public [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 October 1879

| CORRESPONDENCE. [The Editor totU not bt responsible for an opiniom or views aepreeted by corretpon. dents, and trill alwayt rqect pergonal com munication* untoss on nibjects of public importance, and guaranteed by the tignay two of the author.] School Teachers as Politicians. TO THE EDITOR OF THR CHEOKICLE. SIB,-I shall be glad if yon will inform ine . whether tcochert at our Stale schools are j allowed to write to newnpupein insulting articles on public men. My reason for ask ing is that a school teacher, under the cogno. men of " Caper Fey" in the lost issue of the tyarwitk Argus, made a most gross and pro. ' voiced attack on Mr. G. H. Davenport, MX.A. It is pretty generally known in Warwick that . the Argut has two or three bchool teachers writing anonymously for it. So long as they confinc themselves to harmless scribbling, which merely fills up tbo vacant space of a third rate provincial paper, no one need care about them, but when they take to abusing public men, and such me...

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Commercial. ARGUS Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 October 1879

Commerci*!. **0tm Office, Friday Ereti:* Mjt WuWIto report a jmpr0T0. pT^uc-v ttftrVefc since our last, igf *lHKragh tut Amount of busmen done nw^prqfeterlally Jnejvaaed, it it satisfactory to know that transactions are taking a firmer tone. The supply, during the past VMk bu been fully up to the demand, and w* quote wholesale price* ai follows.-Maim, per bushel* la. 9d. to Is. lOd. ; oats, per ouihd. Si. i hay, luoeme, pressed, per ton, 43 IE*, to 43; hay. oaten, pressed, per ton, 48 IB*, to 44 10s.; hay, lucerne, loose, psr too, 41 10s. to 42; bay, oaten, looso, per ton. £31 chaff, luoerne. per ton, 48 to 4310s.; cha>, oaten, per ton, £i to 44 lOe.; chaff, niMd, per ton. £2 15a. to 43; potatoes, per ton j £6 to 47 s onions, per ton, 415 10s. to 416} butter per lb. 8d. to Ad.; bacon per lb. <d. to 7d.| eggs, par dosen. lid. to Is.; honey, per lb. 4a.; eheese 8d. to lOd.

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The Warwick Argus. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WEEK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY. OCT. 18, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 October 1879

ike Warwick JUps. [PUBLISHED TWICE A WKKK.] WARWICK, SATURDAY. OCT. 18, 1879 Thc times are changing, and we in Queensland must change with them. Tne only option we have in the matter ii to decide whether wo will intelli Ctly forecast the direction in which irresistible movement is getting and -mora with h willingly; or whether wo .illilHin passive and immovable un til overpowered, we are swept struggling vainly, into its vortex. Everything at the'present time eeema to point to some great change impending in the busi neM of the world, and especially to a transition in Australia from a period of wrath and Waste to one of scarcity and eoonomy. For many year* p«Bt these wjoaiw ban been agisted in their pro " gjpet* by the surplus wealth of Great Britain, freely lent to them, and the jnkmio debt of Australia and New Zea land is now about &70,000,000. The expenditure of this enormous sum amongst a population so small as ours in so short a period as has elapsed sinob Weoommenoed to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 October 1879

To Subscribers and Advertiser*. OUB ACCOUNTS (or the Quarter ending Pqitciuber 80 tit now being delivered, andw* would thank our frietidi for an Early wrxfiKMBST of nme. The iuue of the ftjttl W-weekly baa involved ui in heavy expeoiea, aad,ahould this appeal meet with . bir NHMti we jnupoae shortly making a .till fumr attempt to increase the uaeful 1 iMft ot paper. ARTHUR MORGAN. Antu Offloe, Octobers, 1879. 899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warwick Argus — 18 October 1879

SPUING GOODS ! MRS. MILLAR, \LAD1£$' WAftmUSE, IVrtmerlii-street. . l V-. ) irH-rrr; Coamoac&ment" 6f"tt£e' Se&sofi? >UST receivoil*? ial<J Arrirols Mid NOW - OPENED- .- 1 ." . : ' . - A NICE Aebob*mbnt or N£0%RA&mmk Particular attention is called, lo-lhts Varied Collection of NOVELTIES »iii& Keally'" 4 giMIGE j®cJ©i>h Consisting of NpsOrtoB-SMffB * ; ? ^e^uffSfr^Stflpe balatoaf"" ' New S.iteenp, varieii Now Muslins , >: 1 ,> i \ lytott, a -» C -1 ,.No,w Cimbi'ioa" Ne\v~CliInUeB Black and Colored Silks , i-New. Viclius- y ^ Now OoUiircLlpR Now UretounoandWiiU-OHolfa^oe' New Linen Collar* and Guffs . .. jlJiw_ *' : «New.Wowiws tJe^tfaliaiid'liAAjrfUl \ I i tO New Eibbons fe.tej PtUTUK'l* . .. <«Aw4bcV| A£.'p' '&c. **? x. ... . .Mi.. pHDEB&ftDHiNa made to order ^ DRESSMAKING on tlio I>re*uiifiOB by First ,r-;r Ladie^ Warehouse, ? . .Jr " "T" Bwa&H-'rBntjni I1 if- ?' ^ . ?*. I \> -^oyio-j. ;...

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